Oct 13 12:03

Federal Court Delivers Devastating Blow To Obama… This Is Grounds For Impeachment

According to recent reports, the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals just blocked President Obama’s Waters of the United States (WOTUS) Rule, a measurement proposed by the Environmental Protection Agency.

Legislators have ruled that the measurement violates the tenth amendment. If passed, they’ve argued, the rule would set a dangerous precedent for federal intrusion.

“A stay temporarily silences the whirlwind of confusion that springs from uncertainty about the requirement of the new rule and whether they will survive legal testing,” the court ruled.

Oct 13 11:35

Don’t Drink the Water in Flint, Michigan

Rev. David Alexander Bullock and investigative reporter Curt Guyette explain why it took so long for officials to act to address growing corrosive elements.

Oct 13 11:23

British Ebola survivor nurse back in 'serious condition'

Pauline Cafferkey, who voluntarily went to Sierra Leone to treat Ebola patients, is now being treated in an isolation ward in Glasgow.

Oct 13 09:55

A third of all young men in China will die from smoking cigarettes, a study shows

Chinese men now smoke one-third of all the world’s cigarettes, and a third of all young men in China are doomed to eventually die from the habit, scientists in China and Britain have concluded.

Oct 13 09:26


EPA even has electromagnetic weaponry! According to a new report by the watchdog group Open the Books. “Everyone is under the impression that the EPA is spending money to ‘clean the environment.’ But, it turns out EPA is running a $160 million PR Machine, $715 million police agency, a near $1 billion employment agency for seniors, and a $1.2 billion in-house law firm,” said Adam Andrzejewski, the founder of Open the Books.

Oct 13 07:14

The 10 Personality Traits of Successful Survivalists

By Gaye Levy

Have you ever noticed that most preppers have a lot in common? There are certain personality traits that seem to be present in nearly every single prepper and survivalist I have met, and the more prevalent these traits, the more successful they are at prepping and survival.

We do a lot of talking about what preppers do wrong, and about those mistakes and oversights that can get you killed, but today I want to focus on the positive: those core traits that will see you through the ups and downs of life, whether it’s in the midst of a major disaster or a daily inconvenience.

Today I’d like to share with you my take on ten things that preppers get right. I list them in no particular order although I tend to think the first and last might be the most important...

Oct 12 22:15

OxyContin Approved for Kids, Worrying Doctors

Doctors are worried about the recent approval of OxyContin for use in children as young as age 11. The drug, which is a powerful painkiller, has been linked to the rise in heroin addiction and drug overdose deaths. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved its use in children in August.

Oct 12 19:54


The spirit was freedom and justice
And it's keepers seem friendly and kind
It's leaders were supposed to serve the country
But now they won't pay it no mind

'Cause the people got fat and grew lazy
Now their vote is like a meaningless joke
You know they talk about law, about order
But it's all just an echo of what they've been told

'Cause there's a monster on the loose
It's got our heads into a noose
And it just sits there watchin'

America where are you now?

Oct 12 18:08

Dreams of a sleeping alligator – dream one

Dream one: Syria

I have to say that I am laughing about this. For months a mega-coalition of over 60 nations have bombed Daesh in Syria and not a single video of these strikes was shown. Now 50 or so Russian planes begin bombing and the Internet is flooded with videos of this strikes.

Ever wonder why that is?

Oct 12 15:59

Her Chilling Last Story Will Make You Question The Entire Breast Cancer Industry

A former Los Angeles Times staff writer, Laurie Becklund, battled breast cancer since 1996. Earlier this year she knew her time was limited, and as she greeted her last few months, she wrote an opinion piece “As I Lay Dying” about her story. Becklund died Feb. 8 this year. This is what…

Oct 12 15:58

Top Dangerous Vaccine Adjuvant Will Be Used For Elderly Flu Vaccinations

The FDA has granted fast track approval for Swiss based Novartis’s flu shot that contains squalene as an adjuvant to boost what they consider an immune response. Fast track approval is normally reserved for crucial emergencies during vaccine shortages. You might be aware that there is no shortage of flu vaccines and most…

Oct 12 15:52

HPV Vaccines: Public Acceptance or Psychological Manipulation?

By Norma Erickson

What happens when a potential blockbuster vaccine (Gardasil, Cervarix, or Gardasil 9) is simply not accepted by the public on the same level as other recommended vaccines?

Do the manufacturers and international health authorities re-examine the product to assess whether or not public concerns are valid? Not often, and when they do it is pretty much a cursory ‘investigation’ where they are quite careful to NOT look in the direction needed to expose any potential problems. What is wrong with this picture?

Could it have anything to do with the fact psychologists and psychiatrists have been studying how to manipulate public behavior for over 35 years?...

Oct 12 15:46

Pharma Giant Funded their Own Study Claiming Drug Was Safe for Kids — It was Actually Deadly

Big pharma heavy-hitter GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) illegally influenced doctors to prescribe the antidepressant drug paroxetine (sold under the brand name Paxil) to teenagers and kids for years even though it was not FDA approved for use in adolescents.

Oct 12 14:45

Misunderstandings About Jerusalem's Temple Mount

While it has not been widely published, it assuredly has been known for more than 40 years that the 45-acre, well-fortified place that has been mistakenly called the "Temple Mount" was really the Roman fortress—the Antonia—that Herod built. The Dome of the Rock and al-Aqsa Mosque are contained within these walls. The area is called the Haram Al-Sharif in Arabic.

The discovery that this area had once been the great Roman fortress came as a shock to the scholarly community, which had believed for many years that this ancient fortress was the place where the temple had been. This news was preceded by another shock, when the English archaeologist Kathleen Kenyon discovered in 1962 that the entire City of David in the past had been only that little rock ridge on the western bank of the Kidron Valley. Less than 10 years later the historian Benjamin Mazar learned that the Haram had undoubtedly been the Roman fortress.

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Oct 12 13:42

New support for ‘gay gene’

A new study of gay siblings revisits a finding that sparked social and scientific controversy more than 20 years ago. In a 1993 paper, molecular biologist Dean Hamer showed evidence that a region on the X chromosome is associated with male homosexuality, but several studies failed to confirm his finding. The largest replication effort so far, published online this week in Psychological Medicine, identifies the same region, known as Xq28. Not everyone is convinced by the evidence, however. And the genetic linkage technique the authors used can't offer what behavioral geneticists want most: a specific gene or genes that might subtly predispose a person to be gay.

Oct 12 12:33

The Peanut Allergy Epidemic is a MAN-MADE EPIDEMIC caused by vaccinations!

I found an article about Israel that said they don't have peanut allergies but peanuts are a significant part of their diet. It's true. The children in Israel don't have peanut allergies unless their parents move to the UK and get vaccinated there. In Israel they are troubled by serious sesame allergies. And, guess what! Sesame oil is used as a diluent in vaccines, too. They get their vaccines from a different manufacturer than we do.

There were just a handful of vaccines around in the late 1800's. The culture medium was milk. The first recorded case of milk allergy was 1901.

1919 a doctor substituted oil for the saline in vaccines. 1920 was the first recorded case of nut allergy.

Oct 12 11:17

Meet the totally ‘useful’ robotic invention from China

Cheng Gongke presented his automatic “hair-washing machine” in Leshan, Southwest China after he was recently issued with a national patent for the device.

Oct 12 10:40

Oklahoma earthquake likely caused by wastewater injection, seismologist says

Magnitude-4.4 temblor Saturday was among nearly 700 earthquakes of magnitude 3 or greater in state this year, compared to 20 throughout 2009

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"So WHAT if we caused a few quakes. Those Okies can learn to live them 'em like the folks in California do!" -- Fracking Mess

Oct 12 10:34

Twelfth holistic doctor found dead, alleged suicide

The details are scarce on the passing of Dr. Marie Paas, but there are several posts about her death on her Facebook page and many who knew her are writing me saying that it was an alleged suicide.

Oct 12 10:23

Over 40 Rodent feeding studies find harm using varieties of genetically modified foods that are on the market today

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This is a list of peer-reviewed articles, more than 40, that confirm the results of the French study Monsanto "politicked" out of existence!

Oct 12 09:56

Deleting genes could boost lifespan by 60 per cent, say scientists

The secret of extending life by decades may lie in switching off certain genes, scientists believe, after showing that small genetic tweaks can make organisms live 60 per cent longer.
Ten years of research by the Buck Institute for Research on Ageing and the University of Washington has identified 238 genes that, when silenced, increase the lifespan of yeast cells.
Many of the genes are present in mammals, including humans, suggesting that switching them off could dramatically increase lifespan.
“This study looks at aging in the context of the whole genome and gives us a more complete picture of what aging is,” said lead author Dr Brian Kennedy.

"Almost half of the genes we found that affect aging are conserved in mammals.

"In theory, any of these factors could be therapeutic targets to extend healthspan. What we have to do now is figure out which ones are amenable to targeting.”

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It is a far cry from doing these experiments with yeast cells to doing them with mammals.

And what effect will gene silencing have on other aspects of that longer life, and who makes the decision as to which humans get that longer life?!?

Oct 12 07:21

Five killed in British helicopter crash in Afghanistan

Five members of NATO's international support mission in Afghanistan were killed and five injured when a British military helicopter crashed in the capital, Kabul, officials said on Monday.

NATO's Resolute Support mission said in a statement that two British service members, two U.S. service members and one French contracted civilian were killed as a result of Sunday's crash at its headquarters in Kabul.

Oct 12 07:18

Report: Washington Post's Rezaian sentenced in Iran; verdict is unknown

(CNN)An Iranian court has handed down a verdict in the espionage trial of jailed Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian, the semiofficial Iranian Students' News Agency reported on Sunday, quoting the judiciary spokesman.

The verdict and the sentence are not yet known.

It's not like the CIA doesn't use reporters as agents!

Webmaster addition. The verdict is guilty or there would be no sentence.

Oct 12 07:13

Avoiding Crisis: US Aircraft Ordered to Make Way for Russian Jets in Syria

Good move! Considering the USAF propensity for hitting Syrian infrastructure like power plants and grain silos or hospitals like in Kunduz Afghanistan.

In the wake of US-Russian discussions on preventing accidental collisions between each others' aircraft while operating in the sky over Syria, the American side issued a special rule, prohibiting US jets from closely approaching Russian planes.

Oct 12 06:59

UK MoD denies tabloid reports RAF 'ready to shoot down' Russian planes over Iraq

Loks like Putin has made the Brits back off on their stupid idea to start WW3 with Russia!

UK media allegations that RAF pilots in Iraq had been authorized to shoot down Russian fighters in case of imminent threat have prompted a response from Moscow. Britain’s military says there is “no truth” in the reports.

Oct 11 14:15

Detailed images of WWII shipwrecks in the Irish sea reveal new info (PHOTOS)

New technology by a team of scientists at Ulster University has revealed “the most detailed images ever” of World War I shipwrecks in the Irish Sea.

The Irish Times reports that the researchers led by Dr Ruth Plets of the university’s School of Environmental Sciences set out to to capture the “highest resolution acoustic data possible” of the wrecks.

By using a new “multi-beam system” on board the Marine Institute’s Celtic Voyager research vessel, researchers were able to get the “best data ever acquired over these wrecks.”

“We were able to capture the most detailed images of the entirety of the wrecks ever,” said Dr Plets. “Some of the wrecks, which are too deep to be dived on, have not been seen in 100 years.

Oct 11 13:57

Drones Sacrificed for Spectacular Volcano Video

Published on Feb 24, 2015

Video technology and science converge on an active volcano in Vanuatu, where explorer Sam Cossman operated camera-mounted drones to capture high-definition images of the spectacular yet dangerous Marum Crater. Cossman and his team piloted the drones over the 7.5-mile-wide (12-kilometer) caldera while confronting toxic gases and boiling lava. Although two drones succumbed to the harsh environment, the team was able to bring back video and photos that will help scientists learn more about the volcano and the life around it.

Oct 11 13:26

HDP co-leader slams Erdogan, gov't for attack that claimed 95 lives

“We have lost almost 150 of our people before and after the elections,” he said in Ankara, referring to the June 7 elections that failed to produce a one-party or coalition government but brought the HDP to the parliament as a party group as it surpassed the 10 percent election threshold. “There is nobody who has been designated as ‘responsible’ around.

There is no effective investigation. There will be none regarding today's attack either. This is not an attack against unity of our state and nation.

This is an attack by our nation against our people," he said.

According to official figures, 95 people were killed at the attack at the start of a peace rally in the Turkish capital, as dozens remained in

Oct 11 13:13

The Primary Zio-Anglo-American Strategy In The Middle East Was Just Destroyed

In case you haven’t noticed something quite extraordinary and magical just happened in the Middle East.

Russia’s military has not only turned the tide in Syria — in just a few days time — President Putin has decisively subverted a longstanding Zio-Anglo-American scheme to create the Greater Israel.

Oct 11 11:34

A Decisive Shift In The Power Balance Has Occurred — Paul Craig Roberts

A Decisive Shift In The Power Balance Has Occurred

Paul Craig Roberts

The world is beginning to realize that a seachange in world affairs occured on September 28 when President Putin of Russia stated in his UN speech that Russia can no longer tolerate Washington’s vicious, stupid, and failed policies that have unleashed chaos, which is engulfing the Middle East and now Europe. Two days later, Russia took over the military situation in Syria and began the destruction of the Islamic State forces.

Perhaps among Obama’s advisors there are a few who are not drowning in hubris and can
understand this seachange.

Oct 11 09:43

“Maybe It’s Not the Guns… Maybe It’s the People Holding the Guns”

Oct 11 08:09

Fred for Dictator!: Good as Any, Better’n Some

If you were an evil dictator, would you mess with this man?

Having recognized that the country is calling on me to restore order and common sense, and that my election as dictator is the last hope of Western Civilization, I hereby throw my sombrero into the ring. Below is a compact summary of the wise and forward-looking policies which will characterize my reign. Interposed are thrilling slogans that will throw you into an electoral frenzy.

Social Policy: On the day of my coronation, I will undertake a sweeping reform of society, beginning with radical feminists. We will hunt them with dogs. I will save a few and chain them in the Great Dismal Swamp, where they will poison the mosquitoes, allowing civilized people to catch catfish in comfort.
“The only thing we have to be A-fred of is Fred Hisself!!”

Oct 11 08:04

Putin's Endgame in Syria

Somebody hit a Syrian powerplant in Aleppo with F-16'S. Looks like the Russians may have to repeat their warning.

Russia doesn’t want to fight a war with Turkey, so Russian generals devised a simple, but effective plan to discourage Turkey from taking any action that could lead to a clash between the two nations.

Last week, Russian warplanes intruded into Turkish airspace twice. Both incidents caused consternation in Ankara and send Turkish leaders into a furor.

Oct 11 08:00

The Six Most Disastrous Interventions of the 21st Century

by Gary Leupp
On October 2 President Barack Obama, alluding to Russia’s decision to launch air strikes in Syria, told reporters at the White House that for Russia to view the forces targeted “from the perspective they’re all terrorists [is] a recipe for disaster, and it’s one that I reject.”

1 Afghanistan

The first was the disaster of the invasion of Afghanistan beginning in October 2001. I’m not sure we should call it a “crime,” since the international coalition that invaded was authorized by a UN resolution, or a “mistake” since it was clearly the result of calculation.

Oct 11 07:54

Intense Fighting in Central Syria Amid Government Gains

BEIRUT— Intense fighting between insurgents and Syrian troops continued Sunday in the country’s center amid new territorial gains for the government, backed by Russian airstrikes, activists and government officials reported.

The fighting Sunday was on multiple fronts in the northern part of the central province of Hama and southern Idlib, a rebel-controlled province.

Oct 11 07:40

Donald Trump says Bowe Bergdahl should have been executed

This guy has lost it. They didn't shoot deserters during Vietnam let alone 30 years ago.The Taliban holding this guy kept getting bombed until they put him in a steel plate cage ie a Faraday cage. Bergdhal was probably an Intel agent and I wish this moron would STFU!

LAS VEGAS – Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump said Thursday that Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl should have been executed for leaving his post in Afghanistan.

"We're tired of Sgt. Bergdahl, who's a traitor, a no-good traitor, who should have been executed," Trump said to cheers at a rowdy rally inside a packed Las Vegas theater at the casino-hotel Treasure Island.

"Thirty years ago," Trump added, "he would have been shot."

Oct 11 07:35

Just 158 families have provided nearly half of the early money for efforts to capture the White House.

Across a sprawling country, they reside in an archipelago of wealth, exclusive neighborhoods dotting a handful of cities and towns. And in an economy that has minted billionaires in a dizzying array of industries, most made their fortunes in just two: finance and energy.

Now they are deploying their vast wealth in the political arena, providing almost half of all the seed money raised to support Democratic and Republican presidential candidates. Just 158 families, along with companies they own or control, contributed $176 million in the first phase of the campaign, a New York Times investigation found. Not since before Watergate have so few people and businesses provided so much early money in a campaign, most of it through channels legalized by the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision five years ago.

Oct 11 07:24

Caring for The Greatest, Muhammad Ali

Ali has Pugilistica Dementia.They just use Parkinsons' Syndrome to cover it up.Now its morphed into Parkinsons'disease. So sad! The man took way more punishment in the ring than people will admit. All so some promoters could get super-rich

The caregiver edges closer to her frail loved one, a physically diminished figure of greatness whom she continues to admire, cherish and forever share with the world. Steadfast and selfless, Lonnie Ali has towered in her husband's corner for many long, challenging years. At this moment, a butterfly-shaped cardboard piece designed to enhance fine motor skills gets the best of the man who once stung like a bee, the incomparable Muhammad Ali. Now 72, and in the third decade of a courageous fight against Parkinson's disease, Ali grips the colorful butterfly with a slightly gnarled right hand and tries to aim a string through a hole.

Oct 10 23:03

What is THCV and What are the Benefits of this Cannabinoid?

THCV, or tetrahydrocannabivarin, is a compound in cannabis that offers a unique array of effects and medical benefits that sets it apart from other cannabinoids like THC and CBD.

What are THCV’s Effects and Benefits?
As its name suggests, THCV is similar to THC in molecular structure and psychoactive properties, but it provides a variety of pronounced and altogether different effects.
THCV is psychoactive. It intensifies the euphoric high of THC, but with only about half the duration.
THCV is energetic. It provides a clear-headed, stimulating buzz.
THCV is an appetite suppressant. In contrast to THC, THCV dulls the appetite. This may be good for consumers focused on weight loss, but THCV should be avoided by patients treating appetite loss or anorexia.........

Oct 10 22:58

CBD Rich Strains

If you’re looking for the latest advances in medical cannabis, then you need to know about CBD rich strains. CBD is short for Cannabidiol. It is one of the many cannabinoids that make up the medicine's active healing properties. In order to qualify as "CBD Rich", the product must have more than 4% CBD. Research has identified CBD as the main ingredient responsible for inhibiting the growth of cancer cells. In addition, CBD shrinks tumors and inflammation. CBD is also good for reducing pain and helps with insomnia. It has significant analgesic, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory properties and helps in the reduction in anxiety and stress.

Oct 10 20:29

Medical Care for Terrorists Will Get You Bombed by the US… Unless You’re Israel

by Dan Sanchez, October 10, 2015

For a long period, Israeli military medics took in numerous insurgents from Jabhat al-Nusra (the Syrian branch of Al Qaeda) wounded from fighting to overthrow the Syrian government, patched them up, and sent them back across the border to resume fighting. The mainstream media has studiously ignored this story, but it has been amply documented and confirmed .

Israel tried to justify this by characterizing it as a purely humanitarian policy, much akin to the Doctors Without Borders policy of treating everyone in need, no questions asked.

However, journalist Asa Winstanley has exposed this as pure propaganda:

Oct 10 20:27

U.S. gunship made five passes over Afghan hospital, despite 9-foot flags ID’ing it as a medical facility: MSF

KABUL — The U.S. military aircraft that attacked an Afghan hospital over the weekend made at least five passes over it dropping explosives, even though two flags draped across the roof of the building marked it as a medical facility, hospital officials said on Thursday.

In a news conference here in the Afghan capital, Doctors Without Borders officials reiterated that they think the hospital’s main building was “deliberately” targeted because it was the only structure hit during the bombardment. They denied that any Taliban fighters in the hospital were armed or using it as a base.

Oct 10 20:19

Ankara terror attack: Protesters clash with police after ambulances 'blocked' following explosions

Protesters have clashed with police in Ankara after officers allegedly blocked a road being used by ambulances transporting victims of this morning’s bombing.

Bulent Tekdemir, who was at the rally, told the BBC that police used tear gas shortly after the explosions at 10am and “would not let ambulances through” in the aftermath.

Oct 10 19:12

Continuous Creation from Electric Plasma versus Big Bang Universe

Open Letter from eminent scientists criticising the Big Bang establishment

An “Open Letter to the Scientific Community” was published in 2004 in the New Scientist magazine, signed by 34 eminent scientists from 10 countries around the world [2]:

“The big bang today relies on a growing number of hypothetical entities, things that we have never observed-- inflation, dark matter and dark energy are the most prominent examples. Without them, there would be a fatal contradiction between the observations made by astronomers and the predictions of the big bang theory. ..

“What is more, the big bang theory can boast of no quantitative predictions that have subsequently been validated by observation. The successes claimed by the theory's supporters consist of its ability to retrospectively fit observations with a steadily increasing array of adjustable parameters, just as the old Earth-centred cosmology of Ptolemy needed layer upon layer of epicycles…

Oct 10 17:33

Special Report: Banishing Glyphosate

Underlying its success has been the repeated claim that the chemical is benign for human health, that its killing mechanism for plants works via an enzyme that does not exist in animals and is therefore safe for both human and animals. This claim goes counter to evidence that existed right from the start. Studies revealed both carcinogenicity and teratogenicity as far back as the 1980s, but were buried by industry with the support of regulatory bodies such as the US Environmental Protection Agency and the European Food Safety Authority (see Chapter 5 and [4] EU Regulators and Monsanto Exposed for Hiding Glyphosate Toxicity, SiS 51).

Meanwhile, overwhelming evidence of glyphosate toxicity across the globe has come to light. Everywhere, people are seeing steep rises in cancers, birth defects and other serious illnesses as glyphosate use increases. The World Health Organisation’s recent re-assessment of glyphosate as a ‘probable carcinogen’ vindicates the evidence witnessed by communities, researchers, doctors and campaigners for many years.

Oct 10 14:57

Stephen Hawking Says We Should Really Be Scared Of Capitalism, Not Robots

In a Reddit Ask Me Anything session on Thursday, the scientist predicted that economic inequality will skyrocket as more jobs become automated and the rich owners of machines refuse to share their fast-proliferating wealth.

If machines produce everything we need, the outcome will depend on how things are distributed. Everyone can enjoy a life of luxurious leisure if the machine-produced wealth is shared, or most people can end up miserably poor if the machine-owners successfully lobby against wealth redistribution. So far, the trend seems to be toward the second option, with technology driving ever-increasing inequality.

Oct 10 10:18

Valeant Pharmaceuticals CEO: We’re in Business of Shareholder Profit, not Helping the Sick

Martin Shkreli might be the present poster boy for Big Pharma’s psychopathic greed; however, he is only the most public face of a problem that is drawing increasing scrutiny from lawmakers whose constituents are sick and tired of an industry that is literally murdering people in the name of profits. Recently, the Progressive media turned its spotlight on yet another blood-sucking corporate vampire: J. Michael Pearson, the smirking, self-satisfied CEO of Valeant Pharmaceuticals.

Oct 10 09:03

The Soviet T-34: The Lethal Tank that Won World War II?

The T-34 had a Christy suspension.An American invention rejected by the US military.

On June 22, 1941, Nazi German launched Operation Barbarossa, a massive attack on the Soviet Union that was the largest invasion in history.

More than three million German soldiers, 150 divisions and 3,000 tanks comprised three mammoth army groups that created a front more than 1,800 miles long.

For months Germans won victory after resounding victory. But then the attack stalled—and the appearance of a new Soviet tank stunned the Wehrmacht.

It was the T-34. The new armored vehicle had an excellent 76-millimeter gun and thick sloped armor and cruised at more than 35 miles per hour. It possessed many advanced design features for the time—and it could blow German Panzers to Hell.

Oct 10 08:52

Obama's War on Cancer Patients: Breast cancer patient arrested for protesting TPP 'death sentence' clause

A clause in Barack Obama's Trans-Pacific Partnership would establish an even bigger monopoly for the pharmaceutical industry. The deal allows Big Pharma to block cancer patients from being able to access affordable drugs. Part of the US proposal extends de facto monopolies on biological medicines by up to eight years.

One cancer patient named Zahara Heckscher was recently arrested at a Westin Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia, for speaking about the issue while a Trans-Pacific Partnership meeting was taking place in the building. The meeting included policymakers from dozens of countries. Zahara was not welcome there.

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Matt Drudge is sounding the alarm that TPP will end the independent media. They may try, just as the USSR tried to silence the Samizdat and European clergy and royalty tried to limit Gutenberg's printing press, but in the long run, this will fail. So, we should not let this threat being wagged at us distract from the more dangerous parts of TPP/TTIP which put together create a nightmare for people. With the TPP/TTIP ban on GMO labeling, people will have no choice but to be exposed to Glyphosate pesticides, which cause cancer. TPP/TTIP prohibits reporting on corporate wrongdoing over computer systems, which means we are not going to be allowed to tell you about these problems! Finally, TPP/TTIP blocking access to generic and low cost alternative treatments means rich people with cancer will be made poor and poor people with cancer will die off, all for the greed of the corporations.

Oct 10 08:50

EPA triggers another wastewater spill at Colorado superfund site

According to the Denver Post, an EPA mine crew working Thursday at the Standard Mine in the mountains near Crested Butte, triggered another spill of some 2,000 gallons of wastewater into a nearby mountain creek. Supporting Tipton’s remarks to Watchdog Arena, the Denver Post report states that the EPA had failed to release a report about the incident at the time of its writing.

Oct 10 08:48

'TPP would cost lives': WikiLeaks unveils full intellectual property chapter

The intellectual property chapter indicates new restrictions on generic drugs, which are much less expensive than drugs made by patent holders within the pharmaceutical industry.

Oct 10 07:54

Over 40 Rodent Feeding Studies Show GM Food is Disastrous to Health

GMO Free USA has published a listing of more than 40 rodent studies showing that animals fed GM corn and soy suffer dire results. For those who say there is no ‘science’ to prove that GMOs are unsafe, I enjoin them to peruse the following list.

Oct 10 07:51

Israeli-American Terror Machine exposed, checkmated and decimated in Syria


Thanks to Putin's remarkable decimation of ISIS in Syria and checkmate and exposure of the Israeli-American Terror Machine, there is no longer any need for Homeland Security inside America.

Oct 10 07:11

They Said it Could Never Happen, but LaRouche Stuck to His Guns, and Now it Has Happened!

A little puffery by Lyndon but a pretty good read!

The Obama freakout is continuing to spiral out of control; everything he does is blowing up. There is panic in the White House: expect self-inflicted wounds and punishments. Obama must be brought down! Shut down Wall Street and you bring down Obama at the same time.

On the whole, US leadership is disgusting. Compare it with the morality which has come forth in Germany in response to the refugee crisis. If it were not for Putin, we'd all be dead.

Oct 10 07:00

Shock and Awe: Russian Cruise Missile Strike on ISIL Caught US Flat-Footed

Fighting farmers and bombing hospitals doesn't tune one up for a major bout with one of the big boys! Another surprise for the US Pentagram. Reminds me of the surprise the Russians gave the Wehrmacht back in "41" with the T-34. Wonder what else they have up their sleeve?

“The effective range of the Russian cruise missiles came as the biggest surprise as the 1,500 kilometers they covered before hitting their targets is at stark variance with their declared range of just 300 kilometers,” the BBC quoted Russian military expert Andrei Soyustov.

Oct 10 06:53

US Plans to Prevent China From Helping Russia to Fight ISIL

DC has become insane and delusional.They are going to get us all killed.
Really great plan you have here DC! NOT!

Washington is said to be planning to send warships close to the Spratly Islands which China claims for its own to stop Beijing from assisting Russia in its campaign against the Islamic State and other terrorist groups in Syria, Marco Maier wrote for Contra Magazin.

Oct 10 06:45

RT EXCLUSIVE: Trail of bodies behind retreating jihadists in Syria (GRAPHIC)

The Syrian Army has captured the village of Al-Bahsa in the Hama province. An RT crew went to witness the trail of destruction left behind by the militants over their two-month reign of terror.

Oct 10 06:40

Russian warplanes reportedly ward off US destroyer in Black Sea

“The crew of the ship acted provocatively and aggressively, which concerned the operators of monitoring stations and ships of the Black Sea Fleet,” the source in the Russian armed forces in Crimea told RIA.

Oct 10 06:38

Deadly blasts rock Turkish capital

Looks like Erdogan needed a false flag to shore up his disappearing support among the Turkish people!Don't fall for it Turks!

Dozens have been killed and injured as two huge explosions rocked at a peace rally in the Turkish capital, Ankara, in what the authorities called a “terrorist attack.”

Oct 10 06:27

The Military Is Creating Vampire Drones That Die in the Sun

The program is called Inbound, Controlled, Air-Releasable, Unrecoverable Systems, or ICARUS, after the boy in Greek mythology who flew too close to the sun and saw his feather and wax wings melt. But the mission for this ICARUS is far simpler: the Pentagon wants to send drones on one-way trips. DARPA is seeking to address a “capability gap in eliminating the leave-behind of air vehicles used to deliver supplies to personnel on the ground without requiring pack-out. Such pack-out of these systems is cumbersome, time-consuming, and adds significant weight to the individuals’ loads,” officials wrote in the announcement. The program will last 26 months with about $8 million in funding.

Oct 09 20:04

Larry, Larry - When my best friend Larry died, some weird shit happened. What do you think?

This is sort of personal, but not so much so that it's not worth sharing. I'm curious what ya'll think of this. Larry and I were best friends since age 8! He was a great guy. He was always a ladies man, and a brawler- a tough guy. Lots of fights and lots of women. :-) but a very friendly, social , boisterous guy,. always laughing and joking. Nearly forty years is a very long time to be best friends with someone. Thoughout our life, he used to say that I could learn from him to 'loosen up' have more fun, and that he should learn from me to be more serious and responsible. I agreed. At age 20 he joined the Navy, got married, after getting his girlfriend pregnant ('did the honorable thing') and went off to sea. They ended up divorced, and he raised his daughter. He got another girlfriend pregnant, got married again, had another daughter. Got divorced again. Got married a third time, had another daughter. He started to got real fat, and didn't take care of himself.

Oct 09 17:45

Development banks pledge USD 15 bln in new climate funds

Development banks including the World Bank have pledged an additional USD 15 billion a year by 2020 to fight climate change, taking the world closer to the clutch target of USD 100 billion, officials have said.
Just two months before key UN climate talks in Paris, world leaders are scrambling to reach the magic number of USD 100 billion in funding to combat global warming and help vulnerable nations cope with the impact of climate change.

Oct 09 14:54

Roseburg, Oregon Protests Obama Visit: ‘Chicago Needs You’

ROSEBURG, Oregon — As helicopters whirred overhead, bringing President Obama to the southern Oregon community that was the scene of a mass casualty shooting last week at a community college, hundreds of protesters gathered below to voice their objections to the president’s visit.

“Obama Unwelcome” and “Go Golf” were among the signs the protesters carried. Many of the anti-Obama crowd brought American and Gadsen flags to the event and a handful of people were openly carrying firearms.

One protester held a sign saying that President Obama should be in Chicago rather than Roseburg. “He needs to be in Chicago, in his own hometown and his own home state,” the woman told Breitbart News. “This is where there is a gun problem; we don’t have one here.”

Oct 09 12:58

New Environmental Inspectors Offered Free Industry-Funded Classes on Fracking

At an industry conference in Philadelphia last month, oil and gas executives gathered to hear about a little-known public relations effort with a very precise target: newly hired state and federal environmental inspectors.

Oct 09 12:37


And this isn’t the first time Monsanto has experienced a serious slump in sales. Back in February of this year, I told you about the ‘beginning of the serious decline’ for both Monsanto and McDonald’s. It’s a notion that would be considered absolutely absurd not too long ago, really. McDonald’s and Monsanto were the two ‘juggernauts’ that everyone loved to hate, but felt powerless against.

They were ‘too big to fail,’ we thought. And perhaps the corporate executives thought so, too. The truth is, however, that both of these companies had decades to actually improve their practices and regain public opinion. Why didn’t McDonald’s stop using cheap fillers and toxic compounds in favor of something that’s at least somewhat higher quality? Monsanto could have actually done something about the numerous reports by mainstream media organizations that detailed Indian farmer suicides as a result of the company’s terrible farming contracts.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

While I am sorry for those who have lost or will lose their jobs, I am not sorry at all for the corporation Monsanto has come to be.

My great hope is, that if they do not change their business and scientific practices, that they will be sued out of existence.

Oct 09 11:59

Sanders Denounces TPP, Vows to Stop It from Passing in Senate

Heading back out on the campaign trail this weekend with a stop in Tucson, Arizona and Boulder, Colorado, Bernie Sanders recently spoke out against the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement reached between the U.S. and 11 Pacific Rim nations, calling it a “disastrous” trade deal.

Oct 09 11:07

Unbelievable scam of cancer industry blown wide open: $100 billion a year spent on toxic chemotherapy for many FAKE diagnoses... National Cancer Institute's shocking admission affects millions of patients

With $100 billion a year now being spent on toxic chemotherapy treatments that damage patients and cause "chemo brain" side effects, a panel of cancer experts commissioned by the National Cancer Institute publicly admitted two years ago that tens of millions of "cancer cases" aren't cancer at all.

Tens of millions of people who have been diagnosed with "cancer" by crooked oncologists -- and scared into medically unjustified but extremely profitable chemotherapy treatments -- never had any sort of life-threatening condition to begin with, scientists have confirmed.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

We know have a good reason for the skyrocketing cancer rates in the US. The @#$%ing doctors were just making it all up!

Oct 09 11:04

NASA attempts to hide Saturday’s ‘Near Earth Event’ from public, a 1.6 mile-wide asteroid!

On the heals of the 9/23 asteroid rumors and the JADE HELM 15 military exercise something very interesting has developed in the conspiracy world over the past few days and there may not be much time left to figure out what is really going on–that is if you believe the current theories.

Oct 09 10:59

Those requesting one-way trip to Mars must have unstable minds — Russian cosmonaut

Candidates ready to risk their lives easily during space missions are not allowed to the Russian team of cosmonauts, Russia’s cosmonaut Gennady Padalka told a news conference on Friday. "Our system of selection is trying to get rid of such candidates at the initial stage," he said. "Those [applying for one-way missions] are people with unstable minds, and we are not relying on them."

Oct 09 10:19

Watchdog Says Report of 10,000 Toddlers on ADHD Drugs Tip of the Iceberg—274,000 0-1 Year Olds and 370,000 Toddlers Prescribed Psychiatric Drugs

Mental health watchdog Citizens Commission on Human Rights says a new report issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on the 10,000 toddlers being prescribed ADHD drugs, is only the tip of the iceberg regarding children being prescribed psychiatric drugs in the U.S. According to IMS health, more than 274,000 0-1 year olds are being prescribed psychiatric drugs and a staggering 370,000 toddlers.

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Oct 09 09:51

Almost 70 patients tested for HIV and hepatitis after nurse is caught REUSING a syringe while giving flu shots at New Jersey offices

Dozens of co-workers are being screened for HIV and hepatitis after a nurse was found reusing a syringe to administer flu shots.

Employees at Otsuka Pharmaceutical, who received the vaccination at their offices in Princeton, New Jersey on September 30, have been warned they may have been exposed to 'infected blood.'

Almost 70 patients have now been called in for testing but face a long, anxious wait as it can be months before serious infections such as HIV show up in blood work.

Oct 09 08:04

ISIS training militants from Russia in Afghanistan, ‘US and UK citizens among instructors’

US cited as ferrying ISIS fighters into Afghanistan!

Islamic State is training militants from Russia in Afghanistan as part of its efforts to expand into Central Asia, a senior Russian diplomat told a security conference in Moscow. He added that US and UK passport holders are among the instructors.

“There are several camps operated by [Islamic State, previously ISIS/ISIL, in Afghanistan] that train people from Central Asia and some regions of Russia. They speak Russian there,” said Zamir Kabulov, President Putin’s special representative for Afghanistan.

He added that there is a wide national variety of instructors in those camps. There are Arabs, Pakistanis and even people with US and British citizenship, he said.

Oct 09 08:01

Shock and Awe in Syria

Syrian Human Rights Observatory reports a dozen Saudi officers killed outside Homs!
The Syrian army fought heavy battles with insurgents for control of a hilltop in a mountainous range close to Leticia’s coastal heartland, local and witnesses says.
The fighting was centered around Jub al Ahmar, a highland area in Latakia province which would allow the army to more effectively pound rebel positions in the nearby Ghab Plain, said Rami Abdulrahman, the head of the discredited London Based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, believed to be a CIA front tied to al Qaeda.
Webmaster addition: The Syrian Human Rights Observatory is run by just one guy out of a two-bedroom house in Coventry, England. He has not even been in Syria for the last 15 years. In other words, like SITE, or MEMRI, the Syrian Human Rights Observatory is a manufactured propaganda front.

Oct 09 07:26

California's Drought Is About Economic Inequality

The district of Criminals has money for War! War! War! but no money to help Americans who have run out of water.What we have in DC is a criminal gang,not a government. The DC rats are killing America!

This story was originally published by CityLab and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration.

Bulmario Tapia Madrigal doesn't want to shower in a stream of dirt. He doesn't want to cook with bottled water, haul a bucketful to flush the toilet, or wonder if he has enough water to clean the diabetes wounds on his feet. But since his well went dry three months ago, that's how life has been.
Here’s What I Saw in a California Town Without Running Water

Oct 09 07:17

Russian Jets Carry Out Record 67 Sorties Against ISIL Targets in Syria

Russian jets have carried out 67 sorties against the Islamic State targets in Syria in past 24 hours, Russian Air Force chief Lieutenant General Igor Makushev told journalists.

Attack aircraft from the Russian air group deployed in Syria carried out record 67 combat missions in the past 24 hours hitting a total of 60 Islamic State targets, the Russian General Staff said Friday.

"In the past 24 hours, the Russian combat aircraft carried out 67 missions. The Sukhoi Su-34 and Su-24SM planes destroyed 60 terrorist targets," Deputy Chief of the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces, Lt. Gen. Igor Makushev told reporters in Moscow.

Oct 09 07:12

'Russia is Defending Europe by Fighting Terrorists in the Middle East'

Instead of using this opportunity to present a united front against Islamic extremism, the United States and NATO have only criticized Moscow for its anti-terrorism efforts employing rhetoric reminiscent of the Cold War era.

It should come as no surprise, since Washington, according to the analyst, has no intention to tackle ISIL. "When we look at the US operations and compare them to the ones undertaken by Russia we can clearly see that it's Russia who is trying to fight the terrorist threat in the Middle East, not the United States," he pointed out.

Moreover, the US is using the refugee crisis to its own advantage, Piskorski noted. He mentioned that American foundations are sponsoring NGOs across Europe that are assisting incoming migrants. But Washington appears not to be driven by humanitarian concerns.

Oct 09 07:08

Turning point? EU Commission head says relations with Russia ‘must be improved,’ US ‘can’t dictate’

Drip! Drip! Drip! The US is losing its friends and allies.
It is high time that Americans and not old Polish whackos or Jewish dual loyalist neocons run America and its government! Spirit of 76!

Europe must treat Russia with more decency, improve the relationship, and not let EU policies be dictated by Washington, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said in a surprise speech in Germany.

It is now critical for the EU to work on its relations with Russia, Juncker said in the southern German town of Passau: “We must make efforts towards a practical relationship with Russia. It is not sexy but that must be the case, we can’t go on like this.”

Moreover, the US needs to keep its influence out of EU relations with other countries, Juncker added.

“Russia must be treated decently … We can’t let our relationship with Russia be dictated by Washington.”

Oct 09 07:03

Senior Iranian general killed by Islamic State in Syria - Tehran

Leading from the front. You will NEVER see an American officer in this day and age do the same. They might get hurt.

A general for Iran's Revolutionary Guards has been killed by ISIS in Syria, the guards said in a Friday statement. General Hossein Hamedani was reportedly advising President Bashar Assad's army on its fight against the militant group.

Hamedani's death was confirmed in a statement carried by Iranian media.

Oct 09 05:17

Why you should NEVER get a flu shot Nurse licensed by the New Jersey Board of Nursing uses same dirty syringe to vaccinate 70 people in a row... WOW

In other words, this flu shot practice just spread disease across the population and may have infected dozens of people with HIV, hepatitis or hundreds of other blood-borne diseases.

Oct 08 20:10

Jonathan Latham on GMO Concerns

what government approvals do you need to release your GMO creations? None

Oct 08 18:14

Nasa announcement: Pluto has blue skies and water ice, agency says, as it reveals stunning pictures of dwarf planet

Nasa has unveiled the first colour pictures of the haze that surrounds Pluto, along with pictures of patches of water ice on the dwarf planet.

The reveal drew early attention this week as the leader of the New Horizons mission said there would be an “amazing” announcement. Alan Stern described the planet as “alive” — prompting many to hope for a big announcement today.

The colour pictures show for the first time that the hazes are a bright blue.

“Who would have expected a blue sky in the Kuiper Belt? It’s gorgeous,” said Alan Stern New Horizons principal investigator from Southwest Research Institute (SwRI), Boulder, Colorado, in a statement.

Oct 08 16:34

“Fukushima Children” Show 50x Normal Rate of Thyroid Cancer

Is radiation from nuclear meltdown literally sucking the life out of those growing up nearest do the accident site in Japan?

A new analysis of data from Fukushima suggests children exposed to the March 2011 nuclear accident may be developing thyroid cancer at an elevated rate.

Read more at The Daily Sheeple

Oct 08 15:42

Vaccine Hocus-pocus Dramatically Blown Out of the Water

By Catherine J. Frompovich

In 2011, Dr Obomsawin, PhD, delivered a dramatically factual one-and-a-half-hour lecture with accurate histories, plus statistics, about vaccines, “immunizations,” and infectious diseases titled Immunity, Infectious Diseases, and Vaccinations, which EVERYONE—bar none, including the CDC/FDA, AMA, etc.—should listen to, research further, and then do something corrective about the apparent hocus-pocus snow job pushed on humans, and children in particular, by the pseudo-science known as “vaccinology” and the manufacturers of vaccines—Big Pharma...

Oct 08 12:38

FDA conspired with Colgate to bury evidence of triclosan harm

If you use conventional toothpaste, you could be brushing your teeth with a chemical linked to endocrine disruption, cancer, infertility and a host of other health problems. A recent Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit has revealed that the Colgate-Palmolive Co. conspired with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) back in the 1990s to deliberately withhold safety data on triclosan, a dangerous biocidal chemical that is used exclusively in Colgate’s Total toothpaste brand.

Oct 08 11:59


The technology industry is growing at a faster rate. Almost all aspects of our lives are gradually depending on it. But as we continue to digitize our lives with the latest technological gadgets, we should bear in mind that it comes at a cost that is likely to derail the progress we have made as a society if we fail to regulate the activities of the tech industry. Whereas the big players in the industry such as Apple, Microsoft, Google, IBM, HP, Cisco among others are busyaccumulating huge profit, our atmosphere, our water, indigenous populations, and in the long run, our economy are all in danger.

Oct 08 11:28

Researchers Grow ‘Mini Human Brain’ In A Lab

Webmaster addition: Will be a candidate for Congress in 2016!

Oct 08 11:11

FLASHBACK: A laboratory for cloning of extinct animals opened in Russia

In Yakutsk was opened the laboratory, which is studying the DNA of extinct animals. "It is the only Russian research center, where will be carried out systematic research in biotechnology paleontological samples," said the Director of the mammoth Museum in Yakutsk, Semyon Grigoriev. While Grigoriev said that the preservation of dead animals contributes to permafrost. "As in the case of the mammoth, found on the island Maly Lyakhovsky. When we first saw how intact it is, we didn't believe our eyes: the skin was red, and when we struck the pick of the ice of the void around the body, a dark red liquid flowed, which, as we learned later, was blood," explained the Museum Director.

Oct 08 11:06

The mammoth skin, found on Bolshoy Lyakhovsky Island, could be a material to clone mammoth

"Lyakhovsky Islands are considered to be the center of the mammoth continent. Here is the world's greatest concentration of mammoths’ remains, so we chose this area to carry out spot investigations", the head of the expedition, head of the laboratory "NEFU Mammoth Museum" Semyon Grigoriev said. The expedition was conducted under a grant of the Russian Geographical Society with the participation of experts from five countries, it started on August 11 and ended on September 29. During the expedition, six skeletal remains of mammoths were found. One of the unique discoveries for the study of ancient animals became a mammoth skin. "Skin is primarily interesting to us for the project "The Mammoth Rebirth", because our Korean colleagues believe that this skin is the best material for cloning attempts by isolation of living cells", the expedition leader Semyon Grigoriev said.

Oct 08 10:39

Amish Community Thwarts Medical Kidnapping; Finds Safer Cure for Child with Cancer

At the age of ten in 2013, Sarah Hershberger was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma. The Amish are not automatically averse to modern medicine, so when the Hershbergers were warned their daughter would die in months with chemotherapy, they simply went for it and signed up for a series of treatments that would cover a period of two years.

What the Hershbergers were not aware of when they signed the dotted line for treatments at Akron Ohio's Children's Hospital was that they were offering their daughter to the hospital for a new chemotherapy drug human phase trial.

Oct 08 10:26

Reanalysis Confirms Long Held Suspicions — Paxil Is Unsafe and Ineffective for Teens

Antidepressants are among the most prescribed types of drugs in the US,1 despite the fact that many of them have also been linked to violence against self and others.

In 2004, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) revised2 the labeling requirements for antidepressant medications (SSRIs and others), warning that:

“Antidepressants increased the risk compared to placebo of suicidal thinking and behavior (suicidality) in children, adolescents, and young adults in short-term studies of major depressive disorder (MDD) and other psychiatric disorders.

Anyone considering the use of [Insert established name] or any other antidepressant in a child, adolescent, or young adult must balance this risk with the clinical need.”

These labeling revisions were in large part driven by lawsuits in which pharmaceutical companies were forced to reveal previously undisclosed drug data.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"For which we have plenty of other medications and procedures to sell you!"

Oct 08 09:48

Former DIA Chief Michael Flynn Says Rise Of ISIS Was A “Willful Decision” of Obama administration

The DC Rats wear no clothes!

Well this is a bombshell. Top placed US intelligence insider calls out Obama administration for turning a blind eye toward ISIS rise.

In an interview with Al-Jazeera retired director of the DIA Michael T. Flynn confirms that not only had he studied the Defense Intelligence Agency memo predicting the West’s backing of an Islamic State in Syria when it came across his desk in 2012, but even asserts that the White House’s sponsoring of radical jihadists (that would emerge as ISIL and Nusra) against the Syrian regime was “a willful decision.”

Oct 08 09:47

How to Test Your Ability to Carry a Bug Out Bag

By Gaye Levy

What if you are forced to evacuate for safety reasons? History teaches us that homes can be severely damaged or destroyed by earthquakes, tornadoes, floods, wildfires and other errant acts of Mother Nature. Quite often, these disruptive events occur at a moment’s notice, with no warning.

That is when you need to head to the door, grab your Bug Out Bag, and go. This is easy to talk about but the reality is that many of us have not practiced bugging out with a 20- or 30-pound pack on our backs. Could you do it?...

Oct 08 09:40

Fraud- Oregon Shooting Hero Chris Mintz October 7, 2015

Another exhibit for the case that the mass shootings are a psy op.

Here's the "hero" of the Oregon campus shooting, Chris Mintz. Mintz is billed as a war vet who was shot five times while rushing the shooter. There's talk that Obama will give this guy a 'Medal of Freedom'.

What kind of person flashes the 'Baphomet' hand sign with their tongue hanging out Miley Cyrus fashion at a hospital? Why are the families of children, sisters, brothers, daughters and sons who've just been shot to death so giddy? To a normal person, or perhaps I should say anyone that's not under the spell of television induced trance, the behavior we witness in these presentations is out of synch to the point of being surreal.

Oct 08 09:40

How to make a pocket tonteldoos (tinderbox) for flint and steel fires

Tonteldoos is a small town in South Africa who’s name actually means tinderbox.

Oct 08 09:36

Children Who Live Near Fukushima Have Alarming Cancer Rates

A new study says children living near the Fukushima nuclear meltdowns have been diagnosed with thyroid cancer at a rate 20 to 50 times that of children elsewhere, a difference the authors contend undermines the government's position that more cases have been discovered in the area only because of stringent monitoring.

Most of the 370,000 children in Fukushima prefecture (state) have been given ultrasound checkups since the March 2011 meltdowns at the tsunami-ravaged Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant. The most recent statistics, released in August, show that thyroid cancer is suspected or confirmed in 137 of those children, a number that rose by 25 from a year earlier. Elsewhere, the disease occurs in only about one or two of every million children per year by some estimates.

"This is more than expected and emerging faster than expected," lead author Toshihide Tsuda told The Associated Press during a visit to Tokyo. "This is 20 times to 50 times what would be normally expected."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

That the Japanese people have not thrown out every politician who was "serving" at the time of the Fukushima disaster, and prevented TEPCO from doing business in their country, still amazes me.

The health damage and deaths from this preventable catastrophe will haunt the Japanese people for a long time to come.

Oct 08 09:06


?The SCOTUS’s failure to hear the case effectively states that mandatory vaccination of all public school children, doesn’t violate their constitutional rights.
A lower court had ruled that the school vaccination requirement, which three parents had legally challenged after their unvaccinated children were prohibited from attending school, did not violate the constitutional rights of the children.

The appeals court also upheld a decision that children exempted from vaccinations due to religious reasons could be prohibited from school attendance in the event of a disease outbreak that is vaccine preventable.

According to a report by the Associated Press:

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I'm betting on two factors here.

First, no member of the Supreme Court has family members going to public schools, so the possibility of life-threatening adverse reactions to vaccines doesn't affect them personally.

And second, that several members of the Supreme Court, well enough to sway a decision on the issue, own stock in pharmaceutical companies.

This issue has never been about public health; it has always been about private profit.

Oct 08 08:53

Minority Report PreCrime Test Claims Success; Seeks Expansion Worldwide

By Nicholas West

Well, it sounds like PreCrime policing is officially set to expand across the nation, and perhaps the world.

The pace of technological advancement is now quickening to the point where the gap between science fiction and reality is being greatly reduced. Philip K. Dick explored the concept of PreCrime in his short story “The Minority Report” in 1956, but it wasn’t until Steven Spielberg offered it on the big screen as Minority Report in 2002 that the audience got a true look at a potential day-to-day existence under corporate and government data management and control.

The problem is that it can’t be called fiction if it’s actually happening; and among the vast array of surveillance and Big Brother intrusion nothing will likely affect the average person as much as the concept of PreCrime taking hold in modern policing...

Oct 08 08:29

''Psychic'' Robot Will Know What You Really Meant To Do

By Jean Galatzer-Levy

What if software could steer a car back on track if the driver swerves on ice? Or guide a prosthesis to help a shaky stroke patient smoothly lift a cup?

Bioengineers at the University of Illinois at Chicago have developed a mathematical algorithm that can “see” your intention while performing an ordinary action like reaching for a cup or driving straight up a road — even if the action is interrupted...

Oct 08 07:54

Fluoridation Chemical Company Fined $2 Billion

The company that gets rid of highly toxic wastes by selling them as a "product" to municipal water departments across the country as cheap fluoridation chemicals has been fined $2 billion for gross violations of the federal Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), reports the Fluoride Action Network (FAN).

Oct 08 07:54

Volkswagen emissions tests under fire by same government that protects corporations whose vaccines maim children

Heads are expected to roll as more details about the unprecedented Volkswagen emissions scandal continue to emerge. Class-action lawsuits and criminal prosecutions are already underway as VW customers and government agencies pursue what they see as justice against the world’s largest vehicle manufacturer, which is being accused of installing illegal emissions software to improve performance in its diesel-fueled cars.

Oct 08 07:49

Flu drug given out "indiscriminately"

The antiviral drug Tamiflu was handed out "indiscriminately" during the last swine flu outbreak, a leading panel of UK scientists has said.

The experts said many thousands of patients had received treatment that may have done no good at all.

Oct 08 07:41

‘Extraordinary person’ Donald Trump invited to visit Crimea – as US president

I think Trump just got President Putin's endorsement!

Donald Trump a hit in Russia? You wouldn’t think so. But the mayor of Yalta in Crimea has wished the maverick Republican success in the 2016 presidential election and invited him to visit the city, hinting that a street may be renamed after him.

“We are following the elections process in your country with great interest,” Yalta Mayor Andrey Rostenko wrote in an open letter to Trump published on the city’s website. “We like your election program and we like you as an extraordinary person.”

The mayor added: “After your victory in the election you plan to establish friendly relations with President Putin – and this is an excellent decision.”

Oct 08 05:11

Rescuers say sinkhole that buried man in Far Eastern Artyom deeper than expected

The owner of the household was reported missing in early September. Rescuers found a sinkhole 1.5 meters wide and 15 meters deep near the house. The rescue effort was stopped due to a risk of collapse. The hole however grew wide reaching 3.5 metres in diameter. So far, it is impossible to say how deep the hole is, since it is filled with mud and water. "Rescuers who are reinforcing the walls of the hole have reach a depth of 17 meters. Works are continued to pump water out of the hole. The missing man has not yet been found," the spokesman said. According to rescuers, the hole emerged from a mudslide over a coal pit abandoned some 17 years ago.
Flashback 2014: World's notorious sinkhole collapses

Oct 08 04:54


The SCOTUS’s failure to hear the case effectively states that mandatory vaccination of all public school children, doesn’t violate their constitutional rights. A lower court had ruled that the school vaccination requirement, which three parents had legally challenged after their unvaccinated children were prohibited from attending school, did not violate the constitutional rights of the children.

Oct 07 20:37

Pediatrician Admits ADHD is ‘Made Up,’ Prescribes Meds Anyway

Waking Times

Adderall is a dangerous stimulant, but Dr. Anderson, a pediatrician for many poor families in Cherokee County, north of Atlanta, prescribes Adderall whether his patients have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or not when he hears they are suffering in school. He admits the disorder is ‘made up’ and prescribes the drugs anyhow, but usually only to children in low income schools with the explanation that they need to be drugged to keep up with children who perform better academically.

Oct 07 20:33

Prestigious Heart Surgeon’s Confession Reveals the Truth About Heart Disease

Waking Times

Dr. Dwight Lundell is an experienced heart surgeon and retired Chief of Staff and Chief of Surgery at Banner Heart Hospital in Mesa, Arizona. Not so long ago, Dr. Lundell made the following statement of confession:

“We physicians with all our training, knowledge and authority often acquire a rather large ego that tends to make it difficult to admit we are wrong. So, here it is. I freely admit to being wrong. As a heart surgeon with 25 years experience, having performed over 5,000 open-heart surgeries, today is my day to right the wrong with medical and scientific fact."

Oct 07 15:28

Maggot-Infested School Lunches Served Up Again

Students at Belfry High School in South Williamson, Kentucky found maggots in their baked potatoes, and were even served green, moldy meat last year. Now in a new level of school lunch madness, worms were found in a Sheehan High school lunch fruit cup. Junk-food manufacturers also feed school children every day, not a professional nutritionist. Is it time to fire administrators in charge of mandated school lunch programs?

Oct 07 15:21

One Day We Will Wake Up In An America Without Electricity

hat would you do if the power grid went down and never came back up? One of these days, and it could be a lot sooner than most people think, we will all wake up in a country without electricity. And considering how utterly dependent we have become on technology, that is a very frightening scenario to consider. How would Americans react if nothing worked?

Oct 07 15:18

Nurse giving flu shots reused syringes in Mercer Co.

More than 60 people in Mercer County, New Jersey are on alert after learning a nurse who administered flu shots was reusing the same syringe between patients.

The state Department of Health said Wednesday that nurse was changing the needle but she kept using the same syringe.

The concern is if blood got into the syringe, it could have been passed to another person.

Free blood tests were offered at the West Windsor Township Senior Center to dozens of employees of Otsuka Pharmaceuticals.

Total Wellness was alerted that a nurse they contracted to administer flu shots to employees of the pharmaceutical company failed to follow proper medical procedures.

Oct 07 14:23

5 Reasons Monsanto Is Crashing and Burning

By Eric Blair

It’s hard to believe that the once almighty Monsanto is on its knees. But their dirty deeds seem to have finally caught up with them.

Monsanto shares have already dropped 27 percent this year and they just posted fourth quarter losses wider than estimates.

Here are 5 real reasons Monsanto is tanking...

Oct 07 13:45

Victory! World’s Largest Nation Bans GMO Food CropsFirst appeared:

Victories are to be celebrated and for the future of healthy life on our planet we all can celebrate a beautiful victory. The world’s largest nation, the Russian Federation, whose landmass spans Eurasia from the Baltic and Ukraine on the west to Vladivostock and the Pacific on her east, has formally declared all commercial planting of Genetically Modified Organisms, GMOs, to be prohibited.

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"Invade them and MAKE them eat GMO!" -- Monsatan